A follower has replied Musician, Rapper and Sound Engineer, Payper Corleone as he mourns his cousin who was burnt to death in Bayelsa State.
Hours ago, Payper Corleoné, took to his Facebook page to grieve over his cousin named Tamper, who was burnt to death.
According Corleone’s post, his cousin was burnt to death in Yenagoa, in Bayelsa State for a crime he allegedly did not commit.
Mourning his cousin, the rapper:
‘I’m heartbroken 😞. Just Yesterday, My Cousin got burnt to death in Tombia after being accused of a crime he took no part in….. 🥺 Rest Well My Brother Tammy’.
However, a commenter named Gee Prince shared his experience with his late cousin and revealed how he threatened to kill him and his colleague.
According to Gee Prince, the rapper’s cousin, Tammy is not as innocent as he thinks because the same guy robbed him and his colleague and even tried to transfer money to his account with his phone(Gee Prince’s phone).
Speaking further, Gee Prince also alleged that he threaten to kill him if he gives him a wrong transfer pin but luckily for him his phone was not registered to any bank but Tammy ended up collecting everything him and his colleague had.
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Kemi Filani news recalls popular actor, Hafeez Oyetoro, aka Saka, was traumatized after a robbery attack in his apartment in Isheri, a community straddling Lagos and Ogun states.
He told Saturday Beats, “The robbers came around 2:50am, and they brought their own equipment to cut the burglary proof in the house. They all carried sophisticated guns.
“They stole a laptop, phones and little money available in the house. However, they left us alive, and that is very important to me. The only thing affecting me now is the trauma. As a matter of fact, I don’t like to recall what happened because the more I do that, the more traumatised I feel.”
The comic actor also insisted that it is the people managing the affairs of the nation that are bad, not the country itself. He said, “I know that Nigeria is a good place if it is led by good people, who have conscience. If they create an enabling environment for citizens of the country, people will enjoy their lives.
“It is the people that are managing our affairs that are dangerous, not Nigeria as a country.”
Oyetoro also noted that the high level of unemployment in the country is one of the reasons for the increase in crimes. He said, “People are hungry. There is poverty all over the place, and there are no jobs. Many artisans have abandoned their trade because business is dull. People who are hungry will be angry. I believe that many of these crimes are a fallout of bad leadership the country is currently experiencing. I pray we get it right one day.”
Oyetoro also added that he would be leaving the neighbourhood where the robbery took place. He said “I am planning to leave that place because many people now know I live there, and that is not good for me as a public figure.”
The actor also stated that because of the security situation in the country, acting on a movie project will be dependent on the information he receives from his management team.